ManTech takes in $92M Air Force business support contract

ManTech has won a 10-year contract to perform business support and network IT services for the Air Force.

This was a takeaway win from a "large, longstanding incumbent," the company said. The business support services will focus on Air Force users in the branch's security community.

The contract has a value of $92 million over the full term, Washington Technology has learned.

Herndon, Va.-based ManTech is scheduled to hold its second quarter earnings call with investors after financial markets close Wednesday.

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